Military Review

Country on the verge of a nervous breakdown

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Russia seems to have already abandoned the European choice

It is not true that the current government does not have an ideology, that it is all downright pragmatic, and that, apart from money, it does not care. She is interested, and how - and the more money she has, the more intricate her political philosophy is. Another thing is that for the time being, they were too embarrassed to propagandize their true political views, demonstrating ideological unisex in public. But all the secret sooner or later becomes clear. The aggravation of the political struggle with the awkward transfer of power back from Medvedev to Putin led to the fact that the government was forced to define its ideological profile. In record time, the amorphous and viscous doctrine of "Putinism" was transformed into a kondovy and hard as tin "pushism".

Design and estimate documentation

Who has a good memory, he will easily remember how it all began. In the 2005 year, in the heyday of sovereign democracy, a course of lectures allegedly delivered by an anonymous author in a secret FSB course under the modestly titled “Project Russia” was posted on the website of a veteran organization of St. Petersburg security officers. Soon after, a book of the same name was published, designed in the style of a volume from the Complete Works of V. I. Lenin, which, according to the Russian “Wikipedia”, was sent to all senior officials of power structures, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before going on sale. government and presidential administration. Before 2010, three more expensively interlaced folios of “design and estimate documentation” for Russia saw the light. In my memory, the only anonymous book that was previously popularly popular was the “Laws of the Mafia,” published, however, not so pompously.

While the Kremlin’s official ideology verbally acknowledged the importance of democracy, the importance of universal, that is, “Western,” values ​​cautiously hinted at the need to adapt them to special Russian conditions, which translated from the Aesopian language of Kremlin politicians meant limited use, an anonymous author of “The Project Russia ”took the bull by the horns and declared democracy the main threat to Russia's security, and the West - its natural historical the adversary. On this, the revolutionary nature of the work exhausted itself; in all other respects, the book was not particularly original, and in its philosophical part was a miserable plagiarism of the ideology of modern European nations.

The carelessness with which society reacted to this ideological provocation was amazing.

The book seemed to be a reactionary spiritual otryzhkom notoriously complex marginal who had dug deep into the underground, who did not cope with the stress experienced after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It turned out, however, that the margin was not at all entrenched in the trench, but settled on the very thing that was in sight, and the thoughts expressed by the anonymous author of the “Project of Russia” were only his secret, almost intimate worldview for the time being.

We were told about our future, but we did not understand the hint, referring everything to the past. And only when sovereign democracy together with its mastermind Vladislav Surkov moved out of the Kremlin did the secret ideology become semi-official, and then official. She ceased to be anonymous, splashed out at once from all political sound-amplifying devices, spoke with thousands of voices.

Today they often talk about the reaction of the authorities to the actions of the opposition, about either fear or hysteria. In fact, everything is much more complicated. If they were frightened or hysterical, they only revealed that in a latent form there existed long before any opposition riots, but that in other, more "vegetarian" political conditions, they were able to hide away from prying eyes. We finally heard the truth. Whether she likes it or doesn’t like it is another question. But it lies in the fact that the Russian government is firmly in anti-democratic, anti-Western positions, that it bows to totalitarian teachings, that she likes the idea of ​​a corporate state and that she does not feel false shame when applying repressive measures against her ideological and political opponents. The knowledge of this truth is useful both for those who prudently cultivate spiritual conformism inside the country, and for those who in the West cultivate a pragmatic approach to Putin in the spirit of realpolitik.

Halfway to fascism

At the beginning of the “dashing 90's”, the genius Vadim of Tsymburskiy defined fascism as a nation’s rebellion against attempts to inscribe it in a non-prestigious and uncomfortable world order for her as a nation of the “second grade”. He warned that no one on preferential terms would absorb Russia into the system of new international relations. Therefore, he believed that if one wanted to gain a foothold at any price on the outskirts of the “world civilized”, Russia would be faced with a choice between two ways: comprador and fascist. All that will be said below is to some extent a tribute to the memory of Vadim.

If twenty years ago, the fascization of Russia presented an abstract opportunity that could be discussed at seminars of the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, along with hundreds of other hypothetical scenarios, but no more than that, today it is a very specific perspective, to live in which with a high degree of probability, will have the current generation of Russians. Once Victoria Tokareva wrote that people do not get used to good quickly, but very quickly. To this can be added - to the bad too.

For some reason, it is completely unreasonable that it’s if the Russian people once fell into the historic abyss, then nothing like this can happen to them anymore. It seems like the shell misses two times in one funnel. In fact, the Russian people did not have time to develop any serious immunity against totalitarian duping. On the contrary, psychologically, it is much easier for him to change the sign from “plus” to “minus”, but remain in the old moral paradigm than start painfully developing some kind of new paradigm. Therefore, it is quite possible that the pendulum will simply swing from the extreme left position to the extreme right, without lingering on the saving moderate middle. In this case, the new Russian statehood will take the form of orthodox fascism. It is the same as if in the 1917 year, it was not the Bolsheviks who took power, but the Black Hundreds.

The fact that a few years ago seemed unlikely today looks quite technologically advanced. We are on the verge of an unprecedented cultural counterrevolution. Something more is being audited than Medvedev’s “liberal zigzag” and even the fruits of Gorbachev’s “perestroika”. The European choice of Russia as such was in question. We are talking about the revision of the cultural and political paradigm, in which Russia has developed for almost five hundred years.

Under the talk of the destructive nature of the “orange” revolutions, the ruling elite itself is preparing a revolution, at times more crushing than the Bolshevik coup. This revolution threatens to shake Russia to its very foundation, turning it into a medieval clerical-criminal state isolated from the world.

In essence, this is a revanchist policy. But this is not the revenge of a “deprived” nation, as in Germany, or a “deprived” class, as in tsarist Russia. This is the revenge of the “deprived” archaic culture, squeezed to the sidelines of history, squeezed to the size of a “black hole”, but not disappearing, not dissolved in nothingness, but hiding and now ready to draw the entire Russian universe into itself. The thoughts and feelings set forth in the “Project Russia” have been defended and are ready for use.

Power, voluntarily or involuntarily, is pushing Russia into this “black hole”. With one hand, she indulges in the aggression of enraged ignorance, attacking any foci of cultural growth. With her other hand, she squeezes out of the country all those who are trying to resist this aggression. Mass and, apparently, unprecedented for Russia, emigration does not confuse the ruling class, but rather pleases. The remaining people are partly intimidated, partly impressed. The transformation of their consciousness can occur with lightning speed and for them almost imperceptibly. If someone seems to be a utopia, I recommend to recall the universal and sincere faith of several generations of Soviet people in communism.

After a few years, no one will be surprised that “Well, wait a minute!” Is a banned cartoon from the category “for adults”, and “Jesus Christ is a Superstar” can only be viewed “by pull” and only at private shows in the film club at Moscow Patriarchate. This will become so natural that they stop paying attention to it. A new generation of Russian nationalist intellectuals will be eagerly telling foreigners about the gigantic advantages of living behind an oil and gas curtain.

It makes no sense to describe the consequences - it is easier to re-read the books of Voinovich and Sorokin. If it does happen, then in a few decades, as a result of voluntary cultural self-isolation, Russia, torn from the global historical context, will appear before humanity as a doomed outcast like North Korea. And Chinese tourists will ride here, like on safari, to shoot archaic industrial landscapes on Japanese cameras. After that, most likely, the country will fall into pieces, each of which will continue its historical existence as a satellite in the orbit of some other culture.

Russia is affected by cultural immunodeficiency syndrome. At the same time, the experience of not only Russia itself, but also countries with much more powerful cultural traditions of resisting ignorance, shows that no one is immune from the attacks of historical hysteria. Germany and Italy went through this, the United States was very close to it. To this, more than ever, Russia is now close - a country on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

Totalitarianism stem cells

Putinism, even in its present circumcised form of “pushism,” is far from fascism. But this is the stem cell from which fascism can be easily grown if desired. The current obvious political and unobvious economic crisis exposed the poverty of the philosophy of the post-communist elite, which behind the facade of beautiful words hid the scarcity of political thought and the immaturity of moral sense.

The time when the policy in Russia was shaped by the consciousness was over. The time of the subconscious is coming, if not the unconscious.

The modern Russian subconsciousness is shaped by the generic shock of a post-communist society, the provincial fear of a sudden and seemingly hostile world, a deeply lurking inferiority complex, which it is trying to drown out with demonstrative rudeness and bluster. This is almost the perfect cocktail for fascism. In order not to drink it, Russia needs to make a huge moral and political effort over itself, while in order to dissolve into it without a trace, practically no effort is needed. Everything happens by itself.
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  1. taseka
    taseka 27 October 2012 08: 27
    +3
    I hope that the change of adjutants like Shelenberg's will not come to the shooting with mortars as in North Korea yesterday, but to the Gulags - this is quite, they will only call it more elegant - "Sector No. 23 for conscious labor self-healing!"
    1. bask
      bask 27 October 2012 08: 49
      +4
      I won’t reach the paper. But how tired of these ISMs are already. Let’s live humanly. Until the authorities regain their attitude to SIMPLE people. (((HUMAN WORK)))) And from the category ...... , he will truly become the OWNER of the country and not, wordless, disenfranchised ,,, cattle ,,,, THEN RUSSIA WILL GO FORWARD IN SEPTEMBER STEPS .. If there is no nefuya, what can’t change. So let’s quietly ,, rot, on ,, side of the world, PROGRESS ??????????????????
    2. Kaa
      Kaa 27 October 2012 13: 20
      +7
      Quote: taseka
      "Sector No. 23 for conscious labor self-healing!"

      It is quite suitable for those professing the following "European values"
      1. Striving for acquisitiveness through "gesheftism" - buy and sell with the maximum number of intermediaries in the chain, where the gesheft is extracted from the end consumer (thousands of percent of the profit in the chain from raw materials to the buyer).
      2. Enrichment at the expense of banking "soap bubbles", credit and loan usury (how many crises a year do you want?).
      3. Striving for hedonism - getting the maximum possible amount of permissible and unlawful "pleasures" (drugs, prostitution, etc.)
      4. Multicultural pseudo-political correctness and tolerance - the first results showed cases like Breivik.
      5. Departure from traditional moral values ​​(propaganda of LGBT people, etc.)
      6. Permissiveness of "freedom of speech and deeds", especially in the media (cases with parodies of the Prophet Mohammed, puski, information ducks, "black PR")
      The list is not exclusive, those who wish can add. For this you can and in the "Sector number 23", IMHO!
      1. sergo0000
        sergo0000 27 October 2012 14: 46
        +1
        Kaa,
        I see nothing wrong with that.
  2. baskoy
    baskoy 27 October 2012 08: 53
    +13
    Yes! Apparently the author had a dream that he was included in the "Magnitsky list". Here, waking up in a cold sweat, and sprinkled this opus. What good, you will have to get out of the country where the people are utterly blatant, and the West will not allow them to their "values", at least cover yourself with "pink-blue" from head to toe.
    1. late
      late 27 October 2012 09: 44
      +21
      A strange article, strange thoughts, a completely idiotic juxtaposition of fascism with Orthodoxy. The author doesn’t know that Orthodoxy is baptized regardless of race, but Orthodoxy does not have tolerance, fashionable in the West, excuse me, Vladimir Pastukhov with fagots kiss yourself.
      1. Alexei
        Alexei 27 October 2012 13: 50
        +1
        Quote: spat
        and the fact that Orthodoxy does not have tolerance, fashionable in the West, excuse me, Vladimir Pastukhov, kiss yourself with fagots.

        Generally killed laughing good
      2. alexng
        alexng 27 October 2012 14: 42
        +2
        Vinipuh came to visit Piglet, and above his bed hangs a scheme for cutting pork carcasses.
        (B) - Piglet is what?
        (P) - Portrait.
        (B) - Why is he so strange?
        (P) - The artist ... He sees so

        ^
        Tue so see the owners of the article in Russia

        The bunny and the squirrel got married, they lived for two years and there are no children, they decided to go to the woodpecker to ask why, they ask, and the woodpecker answers them:
        - You have no children, not because you are a bunny with a squirrel, but because you are a boy with a boy.

        ^
        And this is the result of European tolerance.

        - Commentators often took notes in the margins. To which the chairman of the collective farm swore heavily and forced them to remove notes with a shovel.
  3. nokki
    nokki 27 October 2012 08: 54
    +19
    An article from a scared shithole! "Archaic" culture, "world roadside" - these are the terms of the pro-Western slime of the sweets of Western life. The path of Russia is the path to God and Justice, not to abstract tolerance and gay humanism!
    1. crazyrom
      crazyrom 27 October 2012 09: 28
      +8
      Fortunately, tolerance does not shine for us.
    2. hommer
      hommer 27 October 2012 09: 48
      0
      Most importantly, where is the author calling - to the geyropu? No, thanks.
    3. Rink
      Rink 27 October 2012 10: 39
      +13
      Quote: nokki
      An article from a scared shithole! "Archaic" culture, "world roadside" - these are the terms of the pro-Western slime of the sweets of Western life. The path of Russia is the path to God and Justice, not to abstract tolerance and gay humanism!

      The most accurate characteristic.

      The author is frightened by the fact that Russia has its own political will and desire to decide its own destiny on its own. In the understanding of corrupt liberals, Russia will be "correct" only when it will be ruled not from the Kremlin, but from their Brussels and Washington - because "democracy" lives there.
      (what it is and why it is needed - you still need to figure it out. As for me, "democracy" is something as unrealistic as the ideas of Thomas More.), that is, when it turns into a colony, into a dependent province.

      At the same time, the author does not see (does not know?) The glorious history of our ancestors and believes that we need to abandon our history and customs, from what constitutes the essence and spirit of the Russian people. All this needs to be changed to Western "values". (Is this obviously same-sex love, xenophobia, hidden racism and snitching?)

      Why continue to be a Russian author is not clear. The protection of his national interests is equal to the revival of fascism for him.
      This is the ideology of spiritual rebirth, no longer of a Russian person.


      The article is the deepest minus.
  4. Andrey64
    Andrey64 27 October 2012 09: 00
    +12
    I would give this author in the face ....
    1. tan0472
      tan0472 27 October 2012 11: 50
      +3
      Quote: Andrey64
      I would give this author in the face ....

      This is because you read the article ... smile
      But I (after the first paragraph) did not. tongue And judging by the comments, it’s not in vain. laughing
      Why do you, my friend, read such articles on Saturday morning early? wink
    2. arnulla
      arnulla 27 October 2012 13: 35
      +1
      I would support you ...
      1. Pit
        Pit 27 October 2012 16: 44
        0
        And I’ll hold the author, that would not run away, infection. laughing
    3. speedy
      speedy 27 October 2012 16: 06
      +1
      In the face every RUSSIAN would give him! , and almost every Russian. Vova deduced the theorem - "who is not, that fascist" and the poor man is unaware that the ideology of the Russian Renaissance is contained in the "Autocracy of the spirit" (by Metropolitan John of St. Petersburg and Ladoga), at the dawn of the 90s, Vladyka John baptized a group of St. them to save the Fatherland ..., and after a while the "St. Petersburg" took the Kremlin and saved Russia. God help Vladyka John's godchildren !!!
      1. 916-th
        916-th 27 October 2012 17: 23
        +1
        Speeding: ... at the dawn of the 90s, Vladyka John baptized a group of St. Petersburg security officers in St. Petersburg and blessed them to save the Fatherland ..., and after a while the St. Petersburg men took the Kremlin and saved Russia.

        Slow-moving, take your time, slow down for a while - explain to the people where the firewood came from, i.e. the story of the baptism of a group of St. Petersburg security officers? Link to the source is also welcome!

        As far as we know, Putin broke up with the Soviet KGB while still in the GDR, and appeared in St. Petersburg (first in LSU, and then in the team of Sobchak) as a purely civilian?
  5. galeo88
    galeo88 27 October 2012 09: 07
    +1
    Most likely it was written by one of the "white tape oppositionists".
    1. Andrey64
      Andrey64 27 October 2012 11: 27
      +4
      Don’t go to the grandmother here - everything is clear:
      Posted by Vladimir Pastukhov, Doctor of Political Science, St. Antony College, Oxford
  6. andrey777
    andrey777 27 October 2012 09: 50
    +3
    The author found the wrong place for his article, he needs to be given Udaltsov’s website, there will be universal support
  7. Brother Sarych
    Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 09: 52
    +2
    In fact, the country's prospects are far from bright! Officially, the country does not have ideology, because officially SUCH GOALS are declared suicidal for the authorities, obscurantism reigns more and more in the country, the country is plundered more and more, its very existence is under threat - only blind people and zombies do not see this ...
    There is not even a real opposition, with the exception of a few self-styled clowns and a group of puppets ...
    I think the cons will fly now - well, to hell with you, your choice ...
    1. Genry
      Genry 27 October 2012 11: 31
      +3
      You are not tired of chewing on this "official ideology". Give, for example, the countries - (dash) official ideology and how it is strictly implemented. For me, these are blinders, because of which you see only a narrow piece of the road ahead without bends and turns.
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 01
        0
        In any "normal" country there is an official ideology, that is, there are designated goals to strive for!
        In the same USA, there is ideology and all actions are aimed at achieving this goal, the same "democracy" - and say that they do not work ...
        Another thing is that their democracy is somewhat strange. to put it mildly, for the prying eye ...
    2. bootlegger
      bootlegger 27 October 2012 11: 51
      +2
      Or maybe it's good that there is no clear ideology? Ideology is a screen covering true aspirations and interests. It, over time, begins to confuse the author of this ideology. In the USA, the ideology of democracy is placed at the service of hegemony over the whole world. With a communist ideology, we deceived ourselves and our expectations. An ideology in which all are well-fed and happy, alas, cannot work now.
      Over the past 100-200 years, leading world civilizations have been trying to establish hegemony on the planet by offering their own development models. We already understood the Anglo-Saxon one, it may not be bad for them, but one thing is bad for us in the third roles.
      And therefore, our ideology now is probably the confrontation and destruction of this ideology and the achievement of a certain self-sufficiency. The immediate goals of this ideology are to restore influence in the post-Soviet space. The forms of this struggle are not always beautiful and obvious. But what to do? If we lose the global game, we will only have the ideology of a well-fed belly, so far, and then we will see.
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 02
        0
        No, not good, but very bad - as a result, people are completely disoriented and they are much easier to manipulate ...
        1. bootlegger
          bootlegger 27 October 2012 12: 08
          +1
          Ideologies have always existed as a means of manipulating people. Or in your own country or abroad. Give me one opposite example ... I'm not going to minus anyone, this is so in terms of discussion.
          1. Brother Sarych
            Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 13
            -1
            It is not at all a means of manipulation, although any power is essentially manipulation ...
            The presence of an official ideology at least allows one to determine the attitude of a particular individual towards power, to understand whether he needs it or not, to support it, simply endure it or fight with all its might ...
            1. bootlegger
              bootlegger 27 October 2012 12: 17
              +1
              That is, power is being manipulated, and yet ideology is littering the brains.
              I never saw an example of an ideology not created for manipulation.
              1. Brother Sarych
                Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 24
                0
                Retell the works of the classics of ML? Where do you start to order? From the moment that the classics determined what a state is, how they arise and so on?
                Ideology defines the goals of the existence of the state as a kind of community of people, there is no ideology - there is no state, ideology is always there, there cannot be, the ideology of the current government is inherently criminal, only for this reason it has not been officially announced ...
                1. bootlegger
                  bootlegger 27 October 2012 12: 29
                  0
                  What is her crime? Is that she lifted the country out of the 90s pit?
                  Maybe not as good and fast as we would like, but raised.
                  1. Brother Sarych
                    Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 13: 23
                    0
                    What is this rise? Look around you, honestly, take off your pink glasses ...
                    Lifting from your knees is a crafty tale for the gullible, look deeper into the essence of what is happening ...
                    1. bootlegger
                      bootlegger 27 October 2012 13: 52
                      +2
                      What should I look at? I graduated from the 88th institute and began to work. I personally watched the perestroika period, but I didn’t do anything in the 90s. Do you really think that I don’t see the difference between 90 and today?
                      Maybe you don’t have it in Uzbekistan, but we have very much observed it.
                      1. Brother Sarych
                        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 14: 20
                        -1
                        I think that you still do not see and do not understand the essence ...
                      2. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 27 October 2012 15: 04
                        0
                        Life has really taught me to look at things. So, between the possible and the desired abyss, this is normal.
                        I see that the standard of living now, in large cities, is already higher than in any period of the USSR. Believe me, there is something to compare, I remember everything well from the mid-70s. If that goes well, we won’t be divorced for another restructuring, in 10 years everything will be fine.
                      3. Brother Sarych
                        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 15: 53
                        0
                        Like full counters and all that jazz? Well, well, heard this song more than once ...
                      4. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 27 October 2012 16: 02
                        +1
                        And what do you need? Democracy full of pants? Tell me, how do you know about democracy? Do you have democracy in Uzbekistan, or what? Can I come out with a poster “Karimov went out?” Don't tell fairy tales! I think you are afraid to write about Karimov on local sites.
                        And with us please go to the rally and shout what you want, and on the Internet too.
                        But you can’t beat the police, yes. Our democracy doesn’t spread so far.
                      5. Brother Sarych
                        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 17: 32
                        0
                        And I wrote somewhere that everything is fine with us? And can we serve as a model for our neighbors? On the contrary, I wrote that our life is hard, very hard, for which there are objective reasons ...
                        Do not be mistaken about free rallies in Russia, it is better to read your own laws ...
                      6. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 27 October 2012 18: 13
                        0
                        Let's just say. There is an opportunity to hold rallies. Like in all countries of developed democracy, according to previously agreed applications.
                        It’s possible to scold the president and the authorities. Personally, I have plenty of this democracy. Can you even say this about your country?
                      7. AleksUkr
                        AleksUkr 27 October 2012 18: 17
                        +2
                        You clearly assess the standard of living by our "independent" media. CHECK OUT! Walk along the streets of cities, especially outside the Arbat fortified area. On the streets there is nowhere for homeless people. In landfills there are dozens of beggars. Grilles on all floors. Most live paycheck to paycheck. I would rather not say anything about the villagers. When Gaidar was once asked when we will reach the level of 89g. he answered more than specifically - and we do not strive for this. We seem to live in the 21st century, but in fact have slipped to the middle of the 20th, and in some respects we are not even reaching the pre-war level, especially in the Sessian economy, especially in animal husbandry. So don’t run commercials - TIRED!
                      8. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 27 October 2012 21: 06
                        0
                        If this comment is to me ...
                        I evaluate everything in a complex. Taking into account the historical perspective. And I follow it, somewhere from 85-87 years. I would like to understand your PERSONAL time range of assessment ....
      2. aksakal
        aksakal 27 October 2012 17: 55
        +1
        Quote: bootlegger
        .In the USA, the ideology of democracy is placed at the service of hegemony over the whole world. With the communist ideology, we deceived ourselves and our expectations. An ideology in which everyone is full and happy, alas, can’t work now.
        - I agree

        Quote: bootlegger
        We already understood Anglo-Saxon, it may not be bad for them, but one bad thing is we envisioned there in third roles.
        - more than agree
        Quote: bootlegger
        And therefore, our ideology now is probably the confrontation and destruction of this ideology and the achievement of a certain self-sufficiency. The immediate goals of this ideology are to restore influence in the post-Soviet space. The forms of this struggle are not always beautiful and obvious. But what to do?
        - And what to do then, when it will be possible to "resist" the onset of democracy and restore influence? Coming up with a new ideology? Or to intercept the baton in the possession of the amers? Will we not get into the position of Tolkien's "lord of the ring"? - having taken the ring of power from the Yusovites and putting it on ourselves, won't we turn into the same monster as the amers are today? - Here, according to the last paragraph, you have a very controversial point. The result is two pluses and one minus. Just one plus -))))))
        1. bootlegger
          bootlegger 27 October 2012 18: 51
          +1
          Yes, I agree. According to the last paragraph, everything is complicated. This ideology is temporary. But I am afraid we have no other way out. Otherwise, they will trample and democratize us.
          It’s still difficult to take a wand from the USA, the Chinese and the European Union are next to confuse.
          But you have to fight.
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 27 October 2012 22: 33
            +1
            Quote: bootlegger
            Yes, I agree. According to the last paragraph, everything is complicated. This ideology is temporary. But I am afraid there is no other way out. Otherwise, we will be trampled and democratized. It’s still difficult to take a stick from the USA, the Chinese and the European Union are confused. But we have to fight.
            - we will fight -)))). All life is a struggle. And not only with enemies, sometimes you need to do this with yourself success -))))
    3. Rink
      Rink 27 October 2012 12: 00
      +5
      Quote: Brother Sarich
      In fact, the country's prospects are far from bright! Officially, the country has no ideology ....

      Russia has more prospects than crumbling Europe and bankrupt America. They are no better with ideology either: Europe, half-decayed by "personal freedom" and tired of immigrants of color, is gradually slipping into fascism. It gradually comes to ordinary Americans how they were raped, and as the crisis grows, doubts about "God's chosenness" arise.
      Against this dull background, Russia looks much more attractive. And in the end, it is one of the growing economies in the midst of a general recession. Only the Udaltsovs and Novodvorsky have reason to be discouraged. If you are from this company, I can only sympathize: you are in a big ... opera, you did not succeed.

      ...
      I think the cons will fly now - well, to hell with you, your choice ...

      Great aaa think! Hold, - from me personally the first! ;)
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 16
        -6
        It would be softer to express yourself about your mental abilities, but still zombies are contagious, although they can be treated at least by broadening one's horizons, and not just scooping knowledge from a box ...
        1. Rink
          Rink 27 October 2012 12: 43
          +1
          Quote: Brother Sarich
          It would be softer to express yourself about your mental abilities, but still zombies are contagious, although they can be treated at least by broadening one's horizons, and not just scooping knowledge from a box ...

          You better watch yourself Brother Sarych.
          Usually, when the opponent has nothing to argue with the essence of what has been said, he slips into personalities. I will not go down to the level of "the fool himself" - stay there alone.
          1. Brother Sarych
            Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 13: 20
            -2
            There are a lot of things to say - only the opponent should be sane, and not crack the slogans ...
        2. aksakal
          aksakal 27 October 2012 18: 06
          +2
          Quote: Brother Sarich
          It would be softer to express yourself about your mental abilities, but still zombies are contagious, although they can be treated at least by broadening one's horizons, and not just scooping knowledge from a box ...

          - very-on ma Sarych, arrogant-ma speak ma, besides turning to the personality ma.
          I’m not sure about your mental abilities, Katk has common sense in the post, you, apart from insults to him and having failed the polymers, didn’t see anything. When discussing purely technical issues during the discussion of technical characteristics of a thread of weapons, you show relative competence, then when discussing purely political or social issues you have what is called, extinguish the light! Moreover, you do it categorically and categorically, and you still can’t figure out what you adhere to more - either radical liberalism, or its equally radical opposite, or simply you just radical. Live for life, love, children. And for the sake of this, you should not live - he is the feces.
  8. djon3volta
    djon3volta 27 October 2012 09: 59
    -1
    the opposition will not succeed. In order for the revolution to really begin in Russia, the authorities must steal in such a way that HUNGER really sets in and the youth is distracted by the trench warfare.
    in the meantime, the opposition leaders ride on maybahs, pushed to them on the Mercedes, sympathizing in jeeps, what can I talk about? sad
    1. v53993
      v53993 27 October 2012 14: 39
      -1
      I would like the opposition to fail. While they, out of their foolishness, roll out on Mercians and Maybachs, people easily identify them. But someday they will read the classics (for example, VI Lenin: "Conspiracy and more conspiracy!") And change to "Lada", for the time being dressed up in rags. Then they will become much more dangerous, hiding the wolf essence under the sheep's clothing.
  9. Samsebenaum
    Samsebenaum 27 October 2012 10: 12
    +5
    In the article, although very controversial, I see the author’s anxiety for the present and future of Russia.
    If we remove all comparisons with fascism that are annoying, then it is noticeable that work is ongoing on the mass consciousness of the people.
    For the most part, people are busy making money and are getting dull every day.
    So, someone really needs it ... to have a zombie population of such a huge country.

    PS
    You can, of course, attack the author, but the problem will not go away from this ...
    1. Rink
      Rink 27 October 2012 12: 22
      +2
      Quote: Samsebenum
      In the article ..... I see the author’s alarm for the present and future of Russia. ....
      Exactly! The anxiety that Russia, which had already been "buried" by them and written off from the accounts of big politics, has suddenly gotten out of control and is showing ever greater independence. And the future is even more alarming for the author: the West is going down, the crisis is only growing, while Russia is on the rise of economic and ideology.
      This is precisely what causes the greatest concern of the West.

      .... it is noticeable that work is ongoing on the mass consciousness of the people.

      Yeah. Very noticeable.
      The author is trying to process the consciousness of the people once again. Again to match the minds of people to their "Western values", to turn the course of Russia in the direction that is necessary not for her, but for the West. The West cannot directly influence Putin and his course - the guts are thin. It remains to "dig under him" - to deprive him of the support of the people. To do this, the people need to be brainwashed again with "democracy" and "tolerance" with "liberalism" ... In this article, a defector from under the wing of the English masters washes the minds of those who have not yet figured out what's what.
      1. Samsebenaum
        Samsebenaum 27 October 2012 17: 39
        -1
        Rink
        I drew attention long ago to a very similar assessment of supporters for any claims against the One. Just a little, so immediately there are VOICE accusations in connection with "foreign owners". Delirium of madmen ...
        I was also ranked among the agents at one time ...
        Guys, these are your problems. You, as typical adepts, potential patients of mental hospitals, in this situation.
        It's time to grow up and really look and evaluate this or that event.
  10. rexby63
    rexby63 27 October 2012 10: 37
    +6
    The article is hysterical, like a premenopausal lady
  11. NKVD
    NKVD 27 October 2012 11: 01
    +4
    Nonsense is complete! The author has a nervous breakdown ....
  12. Evgeny B.
    Evgeny B. 27 October 2012 11: 07
    +6
    Miserable pro-Western article.
    She was probably placed to broaden our horizons about a fragrant bouquet of opinions.
  13. tarks
    tarks 27 October 2012 11: 20
    +1
    the text is of course slightly sore, but.

    power must be controlled.
    otherwise it will again be in the hands of Chubais.
    how to ensure control over power, does anyone know?
    1. Brother Sarych
      Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 12: 03
      0
      Actually, this is an election, they didn’t come up with another ...
    2. Rink
      Rink 27 October 2012 12: 39
      +4
      Quote: tarks
      .... how to ensure control over power, does anyone know?

      It seems the only real way is this: http://www.popmech.ru/article/4984-novyiy-poryadok/

      Elections are a poppycock of Utopian Democrats, giving the masses a false sense of ownership in running the country. A kind of valve for venting steam.
      For a long time already chosen politicians did not coordinate their further actions with what they said on the eve of the elections, and there are no mechanisms to hold them accountable for this.
      Even in the press, it was somehow indecent to remind them of their campaign promises - they still understand that this is just such a game. Only the most naive people still believe in election tales. The election programs of the parties are indistinguishable from each other, and I think soon they will stop writing at all. Ukraine already has such experiences.

      Dictatorship - when you can’t choose what you want and get what they give.
      Democracy is when you choose what you want and get what they give.


      All the difference.
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 13: 25
        0
        Elections are actually not bullshit, but under capitalism, people choose money, not people ...
        1. bootlegger
          bootlegger 27 October 2012 14: 00
          +2
          But why didn’t you like the election of Putin? More than 60% voted, what's wrong?
          1. Brother Sarych
            Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 14: 22
            -4
            It was precisely SUCH elections that didn’t suit me, but in general, as a citizen of another state, this should not matter, but I still feel sorry for Russia ...
            1. bootlegger
              bootlegger 27 October 2012 14: 49
              +1
              But why didn’t it? Essentially it’s possible? Even the West didn’t find anything to object to.
              So this is your democracy in action. The people have decided, so everything is right.
              It’s a pity for you, it’s you. You should look for more bays that are now ruled in Central Asia. The people have fled for work. We are at least slowly getting out. And you have no chance at all.
              1. Brother Sarych
                Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 15: 59
                -1
                There may be a discovery for you, but Putin is actually a henchman of the West in its purest form! He has long received a shortcut to reign ...
                About the absence of violations - better not tell, there simply was no compliance with laws in principle ...
                The people did not decide anything, they decided for the people ...
                You don’t get out, you get deeper into w .., well, it’s there ...
                Yes, it’s bad here, yes, our people fled, because closely with us, very closely - 30 million to a very small territory of irrigated land ...
                Our buys are not much different from yours, actually ...
                1. bootlegger
                  bootlegger 27 October 2012 16: 23
                  +3
                  A protege who is rebuilding a nuclear triad? Which production sharing agreement has canceled and broken off the sale of Yukos? Well, the West miscalculated a lot, in this case. Putin deceived them, not otherwise ...
                  You have a density of 75 people per sq. Km. You really do not reach Israel with 355 people per sq. Km. I think they have no less problems with water, and even about 10 enemies around.
                  1. Brother Sarych
                    Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 17: 27
                    0
                    They do not restore the triad, but finish it, to be exact ...
                    The production sharing agreement is not completely canceled for your information, everything is much more complicated there ...
                    The West in Putin did not miscalculate ...
                    Have you heard about the population distribution in Uzbekistan? Where is the highest density and for what reason?
                    In Andijan region, which occupies less than 1 percent of the republic’s territory, 9 percent of the total population of Uzbekistan lives. The average population density in Andijan region is 452,1 people per each square kilometer of the area - and this despite the fact that not every kilometer of the area is suitable for agriculture! There are places where the density is funny, but there is no life at all ...
                    1. bootlegger
                      bootlegger 27 October 2012 18: 23
                      +1
                      Well, okay...
                      I’m just curious. Which politician do you think is worthy to take Putin’s place? Well, out of curiosity ....
                      1. Brother Sarych
                        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 19: 23
                        -2
                        To be honest, I don’t know, but even a simple change would inevitably lead to a shake-up of already established clans and groups! Someone who was moderate was needed, but ALIEN for this particular party, preferably from industry or agriculture, not from grievances or history teachers ...
                        The same Navalny and his group are "theirs", their candidacies are not even considered ...
                      2. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 27 October 2012 19: 39
                        -1
                        What is it about. I hope that something will grow out of Prokhorov in a few years. The rest will bring something that doesn’t seem enough to us ...
                      3. Brother Sarych
                        Brother Sarych 28 October 2012 11: 22
                        0
                        To the greatest degree, I am only confident in myself, and even then I am afraid not to cope with the temptations ... wink
                      4. bootlegger
                        bootlegger 28 October 2012 12: 13
                        0
                        Many cannot cope with temptations, this is life and you can survive it.
                        At the same time, it’s important to understand what you are doing and how to manage it. To run the country is not to rename the police to the police.
                        Gorbachev also probably thought that he was able to manage something. And, apparently, he didn’t give in to temptations. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have to earn pizza advertising and giving lectures. You see for yourself what an honest fool can do ...
                2. Samsebenaum
                  Samsebenaum 27 October 2012 18: 01
                  -2
                  Brother Sarych

                  "The words are not of a boy, but of a husband ..."
                  Boldly and by and large true. I put "+".
            2. Samsebenaum
              Samsebenaum 27 October 2012 17: 54
              -3
              Brother Sarych

              Ah, brother, the words are correct, Not in the eyebrow, but in the eye. I’ll clarify a bit.
              There were no elections, or rather no pre-election campaign. Generally! I watch how Obama is fighting, and is not afraid of debate, so I immediately remember our "chosen ones - relaymen". Clowns, and nothing more.
              The difference is the size of the Grand Canyon.
              I feel sorry for Russia, I agree.
              1. Sandov
                Sandov 27 October 2012 20: 57
                +1
                Quote: Samsebenum
                as a result of voluntary cultural self-isolation, Russia, torn from the global historical context, will appear before humanity as a doomed outcast like North Korea.

                I do not believe in this nonsense. Obama is fighting - dust in the eyes. Will do what money bags say.
                1. Samsebenaum
                  Samsebenaum 27 October 2012 22: 17
                  0
                  Sandov

                  It is your business to believe or not to believe. This is not a religion, but simply facts.
                  The Frenchman Sarkozy recently lost with a minimum gap. No one is safe from them!
                  And there they do not poison people and do not divide them into patriots and orange.
                  Candidates do not hang insulting and vulgar labels on their fellow citizens ...
                  Unfortunately, they have other elections and such acting as we do not know a single example.

                  And to the statement, under whose tune their chosen one will dance, I agree with you.
        2. Rink
          Rink 27 October 2012 14: 13
          +4
          Quote: Brother Sarich
          Elections are actually not bullshit, but under capitalism, people choose money, not people ...

          It makes no difference, the choices are bullshit. As well as utopian democracy in the form in which it is painted in popular fooling little things. Democracy has never been anywhere.
          Even in the ancient Greek city-states that invented this form of state administration of demos, there was no smell of democracy: only specially selected (by property) representatives of citizens voted, and not all residents were citizens.
          Not to mention the modern Western states, which are considered democratic only because of their rampant self-promotion.

          Having appointed himself the measure of human freedoms, the West racistly translates them only on itself. The killing of millions of Iraqis, Libyans, Yugoslavs, the atomic bomb on the heads of the civilian population of Japan - all this is not a crime. Respect for other people's traditions and beliefs is also not in the customs of the West. Truly right, you can live only as they do, and Muslims or Indians can be destroyed if they are not willing to forget the traditions of their ancestors. It’s for their own good to give their resources to transnational companies, and the rulers joyfully choose someone else's puppet. Otherwise, the bombers will fly in and all will be democratized in a serious way.

          As Vovochka said in a well-known anecdote, "... and these people forbid me to pick my nose ?!"

          PS By the way, perhaps the closest people to governing the people were the Novgorod Veche Republic and the Cossacks with their army circle and the annual election of foremen.
          1. Brother Sarych
            Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 14: 17
            -2
            Judging by the posts, you still haven't received a "normal" (Soviet) education? Otherwise, such porridge would not have been demonstrated, but this, apparently, is not your fault, it's just that the time has changed ...
            1. Rink
              Rink 28 October 2012 00: 38
              0
              Brother Sarych, I don’t know what in your opinion is “normal” education, and why you are interested in my diplomas - in order to recognize a traitor or a scoundrel, and to feel that you are being bred and hang noodles, you usually do not need a diploma. A simple everyday experience and ingenuity is enough, and even understanding where "our own" and where "zaslanets" are.


              PS But in order to satisfy your curiosity, I will tell you a little about myself. He graduated from high school without distinction (average score 4.75), but always participated (effectively) in city and regional Olympiads in physics and a couple of times in mathematics. Then there were three courses at a polytechnic university (incomplete higher education), until I realized that the chosen specialty was "not mine." After military service, the second university, radio engineering - already completed higher technical, from the first to the fifth year - as expected. He was the head of the student research team, worked on a practical topic, received a diploma for the second place in the republican competition "Student and Scientific and Technical Projects" in his specialty.
              The diploma was also practical - the development and construction of a "living" device, a scanning tunneling microscope, in the design of which there were a couple of certified inventions. It was a good university, the diploma was quoted even "over the hill". Among my teachers were the laureates of the Lenin Prizes. It was possible to stay at the Department of Microelectronics in graduate school - they called me. But I was drawn by romance, and rode around the Urals and Siberia, to Chukotka and Kamchatka (such was the job). Then there was the Institute of Electron Microscopes, from where I was transferred to the Institute of Applied Physics of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. And then there was collapse, nezalezhnist, and "a lot of other things." But this, as you rightly noted, is no longer my fault ...

              Tell me, do not torment your soul: can I now say what I think, or is your "blizzard" cooler than my "porridge"?
              1. Brother Sarych
                Brother Sarych 28 October 2012 11: 21
                0
                In fact, SUCH details were useless to me, I would have been quite happy with just the end date ...
                Everyone can say something, and what they want is their right, no one has the right to shut their mouths, especially on the site ...
                Only here you have clearly demonstrated that you clearly do not distinguish traitors and scoundrels from "normal" people, but think exclusively in primitive patterns, which is extremely unforgivable for a person, even once engaged in scientific activities ...
    3. Eric
      Eric 27 October 2012 15: 24
      0
      This is when a shot team is behind them! But where is the line between lawlessness and good?
  14. Budilnik
    Budilnik 27 October 2012 12: 06
    +5
    nonsense is not a Russian person
    1. aksakal
      aksakal 27 October 2012 22: 26
      +2
      Quote: Budilnik
      nonsense is not a Russian person
      - article - a specific vyser of a secret liberoid.
      "With one hand she condones the aggression of enraged ignorance, attacking any focal points of cultural growth. "- aha, this ignorance rages when the centers of the cultural suddenly appear on the lectern of the church in the form of three raging, how can they be called more mildly there?

      " The European choice of Russia as such was in doubt. It is a revision of the cultural and political paradigm, in which Russia has developed for almost five hundred years."- what the fuck ... I'm sorry, again we are crammed with European supremacy with subtext? Russia, I have said more than once that I am a Kazakh and even a little nationalist, but I think that in terms of civilization, Russia is much greater than Europe, it is itself a civilization a separate one, let Europe choose the Russian path, and not we are told that Russia should abandon its identity and choose the European path. Already tired, verbal arguments really end and I want to hit the face. If you want Europe, get Schengen and go there and live for yourself what are you clogging up here?
      "At the beginning of the" dashing 90s "the brilliant Vadim Tsymbursky" and "easier to re-read the books of Voinovich"- I treat the Jews tolerantly, with respect both to Pimple and to the Professor, but here I already want to say - solve your own problems at home, without telling the Russian people how to live - the pointer has not grown.

      "isolated from the world, turning it into a medieval clerical-criminal state isolated from the world."- already how. A return to Orthodox roots - according to the author, this is a transformation into a terrible state, and by peace the author implicitly means the West, namely its Anglo-Saxon part, for Russia is going to isolate itself only from this, its most odious part.

      The author's soap. Remember and write. Vladimir Pastukhov. The moderator, as an article for revitalizing the discussions on the site, this author very rarely can do it, but using a frequent typing of this comrade as a slick can turn this site into a militarized version of Echo of Moscow with all the consequences.
  15. patriot2
    patriot2 27 October 2012 12: 33
    +4
    Any nonsense has the right to life, but only within the walls of a special medical institution.
    True, madmen often become prophets, but no one has ever believed and does not believe them.
    With regards to this case, the patient wants to be treated not in Russia.
  16. Normal
    Normal 27 October 2012 12: 38
    0
    It is agreed with baskom, Brother Sarych, Samsenebaum and partly with tarksom.
    Calm, reasonable, with a head ...

    I do not agree with the rink, Andrew64, rexby63, NKVD, etc.
    Your swearing, reaching hysteria only confirms the opinion of the author.
    1. Rink
      Rink 27 October 2012 12: 54
      +3
      Quote: Normal
      I do not agree with the rink, Andrew64, rexby63, NKVD, etc.
      Your swearing, reaching hysteria only confirms the opinion of the author.

      The fact that you do not agree is, as they say, nothing to worry about.
      But where did you see "swearing, reaching hysterics", a mystery to me .... Perhaps, in the fact that I object to the author's position and do not believe in sacred "Western values"?
      1. Normal
        Normal 27 October 2012 13: 27
        +1
        Quote: Skating rink
        The fact that you do not agree is, as they say, nothing to worry about.

        I'm sorry, got excited. From the beginning, the list of those with whom I disagree was much larger. Then, after thinking, half removed. You missed it because of this:
        Quote: crazyrom
        An article scared to shit by a shit!

        Quote: Skating rink
        The most accurate characteristic.

        I acknowledge; nokki struck out and left you by mistake.
        I also do not really believe in Western values, especially in the field of tolerance and sexual relations. Nevertheless, in many ways I disagree with you.
      2. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 13: 28
        0
        I don’t believe in "western" values ​​either, unlike universal ones (in the West, it is not customary to mention that they do not coincide) ...
  17. wax
    wax 27 October 2012 12: 53
    +4
    "... almost an ideal cocktail for fascism. In order not to drink it, Russia needs to make a huge moral and political effort on itself ..."
    Wrong advice. Fascism, if it experiences a renaissance, is only in Europe, though the United States is moving towards it.
  18. sapulid
    sapulid 27 October 2012 13: 03
    +4
    Paranoid with a squirrel. The article was written by a very sick person with an inadequate perception of the world. He, just right, undergo a course of emergency psychiatric care.
    Damn, what only inadequate our land holds :)
  19. merkel1961
    merkel1961 27 October 2012 13: 09
    +4
    At first, I thought that this was an opus that replaced Novodvorskaya’s obscene rhetoric, hidden under a male pseudonym. Whoever is Shepherd and without an Oxford address is clear to him, he needs an All-Russian House-2, where there is ideology-whacking, and the West is sweet for him in all spheres, and further decomposition of Russia is included in the Brzezinski strategy. I agree with many, it’s not swampy stuff.
  20. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 27 October 2012 13: 15
    +3
    And the opposition, and the author clearly gravitates towards it, wonders why the so-called "march of millions" has turned into a parody, that it is increasingly beginning to resemble a get-together (still a big one) where a jaded, smug, exalted audience, thirsty for fame, flashes on the pages of newspapers and screens TV, "modestly" is promoting itself, pushing each other and pooping out of itself the intellectual elite of Russian society. you can forget forever! Who of the voters will delve into this crap!
    1. Brother Sarych
      Brother Sarych 27 October 2012 13: 30
      -2
      You do not understand the essence of the current events - the authorities, represented by the opposition's "media figures", once again intercepted the energy of the protest and so far blew it off ...
      So far we have succeeded, but each time it succeeds more and more difficult ...
  21. Megatron
    Megatron 27 October 2012 13: 16
    +1
    The author who has not gone to Brighton Beach is a liberalist?
  22. serge
    serge 27 October 2012 13: 31
    +1
    The author published an article on the wrong resource. He needs Gazeta.ru or at worst Moscow Kozlomolets.
  23. WW3
    WW3 27 October 2012 15: 06
    +3
    Putinism, even in its current circumcised form of “pushism,” is far from fascism.

    Even for this one sentence, you can put a "minus" to the author of the article, which I will do ... negative
  24. Eric
    Eric 27 October 2012 15: 22
    +4
    Did the liberal write an article? In the language of a dozen strong words!
  25. georg737577
    georg737577 27 October 2012 15: 27
    +6
    I look at modern Europe - God forbid! What is the "European choice"? It seems that the supporters of this strategy do not notice (or do not want to notice) where Europe is heading? Probably, the loss of national self-identification and the rejection of the national cultural heritage, as well as the need to publicly shit on the graves of their fathers and grandfathers in order to earn applause from the "enlightened" Europeans, does not seem too high a price to someone for the possibility of holding a gay parade annually ... such a choice is disgusting, thank you gentlemen!
  26. vezunchik
    vezunchik 27 October 2012 16: 25
    +3
    The Russian intelligentsia has always been distinguished by hysteria and venality. This article is a confirmation. Who is it profitable for? Why did you appear here ???
  27. AleksUkr
    AleksUkr 27 October 2012 18: 36
    0
    DOES WE HAVE AN UNDERSTANDABLE IDEOLOGY? We read:

    From the article “RUSSIAN IDEOLOGY OF THE XXI CENTURY
    IN EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY
    OF DYNAMICALLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIA ”- V.N. Kuznetsov is a corresponding member. RAS 2004
    “We have no ideology in terms of goals, directions of development, national interests. - So Svetlana Glinkina, deputy. Director of the Institute of International Economic and Political Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, on the tasks that our country will have to solve. "And while there is no ideology, one cannot talk about the legitimacy of the authorities."
    “The new Russian ideology is really in demand by the peoples of Russia. It is needed, since only the ideology of consolidation enriches and fills with worthy meaning the goals, ideals and values ​​of man. Only ideology connects them with the meaning of life, the Russian dream, on the basis of preserving and strengthening the historical memory and culture of patriotism. ”

    A unifying Russian ideology can save Russia, push it forward at the present stage of development. And ITS NO.

    “On the current stage of the role and place of Russian ideology in the XNUMXst century, Hegel's reflections on the difficulties of desirable changes in human society are very instructive. "Development, therefore, is not an ingenuous and serene outflow, as it happens in organic life," he asserts in Lectures on World History, "but a tough, furious work of the spirit ... It is not reduced to often formal moments of development in general, but is achievement of a certain meaningful goal ".

    WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHERE WE GO? DO WE NOT LIKE A STOCK OF A SHEEP WHICH A DRUM PROVOCATOR LEADS TO A SLAUGHTER?
  28. nnz226
    nnz226 28 October 2012 17: 56
    +2
    in general - with what hangover did the author decide that culture is only a western geyropa ??? There is still a whole Muslim world, I will not say that it is progressive, but it is also a culture. And China, India, Japan? Are they jumping on the palm trees? Their culture is more cultured than Western European-American will be! In general, it’s time to take it as an axiom so that shit-democrats and Tolerasts shut up at last: not Russia is the outskirts of Europe, but eugope - there is a wild outskirts of Russia !!! Then everything will immediately fall into place.
    1. Rink
      Rink 28 October 2012 23: 18
      0
      Quote: nnz226
      .... from which hangover did the author decide that culture is only a western geyropa ??? ....

      So after all, this is the whole Western culture - everything has shifted there: they take technological progress for civilizational growth, and the perverted psyche for individual freedom. They used to call separatists freedom fighters, independent politicians dictators, and so on ...
      Lying is the norm.
  29. cherkas.oe
    cherkas.oe 28 October 2012 20: 59
    0
    In general, this is how the peasants and other fellow citizens, without reading your probably fair comments, because I was tired of earning my daily bread, and tomorrow I’ll go back to work, I’ll say: - I read the article and wanted to see this pussy in the face and give him in the face, even though the name and his surname is Russian, but I am tormented by vague doubts that his face will tell you everything at once, it stinks from him all over Ivanovskaya "Echo of Moscow" and take it off like that;
  30. Tatarus
    Tatarus 29 October 2012 00: 03
    0
    It seems that the author has confused muse with verbal diarrhea, but it is excusable, it is from fear. For yourself and your western girlfriends. And the best remedy for diarrhea is a patch and always pepper. laughing